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Monday, June 09, 2008 Shilo, Community Member, asks

Q: Can GERD cause a strange bitter taste in your mouth that is persistent regardless if you eat or not?

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Laura, Editor
6/10/08 2:52pm

Shilo,

 

The strange bitter taste you are experiencing is most likely something called "water brash."

 

Our expert, Dr. Eisner, has answered a question on water brash in one of his blog posts. You can click here to read more on what water brash is and how it is treated.

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peggy shea, Community Member
8/23/08 3:52pm

can acid reflex cause a bitter taste in your mouth? and how long would it take to get rid of it

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By Shilo, Community Member— Last Modified: 11/19/13, First Published: 06/09/08